Halloween Extravaganza! with The Widow's Bane & Gasoline Lollipops CD Release Party (also featuring Robert Louis Cole + Deadwood Saints) Come celebrate "DEATH" , the new album by the Gasoline Lollipops! Get your CD at the show, or download it now: http://gasolinelollipops.com/listen/
Sounds Like: Steve Earle, Uncle Tupelo, Lucero, Cory Branan, Bob Dylan
Bio: The Deadwood Saints are an Americana/Roots Rock quartet seeking to bring another alternative to the alt-country scene. After nearly 10 years of sharing the singer/songwriter roll and swapping control of the helm in the now disbanded rock band Turn 4, Jeremy has moved on to front The Deadwood Sai...See Full Bio
The Deadwood Saints has a show on 10/25/2014 at 07:00 PM @ Aggie The... in Fort Collins CO, CO http://www.reverbnation.com/q/586ls6 #concert
“Despite all of the things that we should be appalled by, there’s a surprising lack of protest songs these days. But The Deadwood Saint’s “The Flood of Nineteen Never” on their new album 6th Street and Trinity does a damn good job of changing that, with a sing-along chorus that challenges listeners to, “Come to streets, and shout as loud as you can that war is not the road to peace.” With that cry, Deadwood Saints guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Grant sets the tone of this intelligent, well-crafted Americana album. From protest tunes to whiskey ballads Grant and company put forth a debut album that is well-phrased both musically and lyrically. 6th Street and Trinity balances on the fence of multiple genres from Americana country to singer/songwriter to rock, and the fulcrum of that balance is firmly positioned on Grant’s songwriting, which is immensely skilled at making ugly things sound pretty. “Cheap Guitar” is a prime example, a bitter-sweet tale of a down-trodden man...”
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